The aunt of a British teenager killed in Syria has told ITV News she is "outraged" by a national campaign calling on Muslim women to urge their relatives not to fight in the conflict.
Amani Deghayes said the campaign is asking people to spy on relatives and could potentially lead to vulnerable people - such as mothers - being manipulated by police.
Abdullah Deghayes, 18, from Brighton, died in Kassab, Latakia Province, earlier this month after leaving the UK in January. Two of his brothers remain in Syria.
Ms Deghayes added that her family has been trying everything they can to bring the two brothers home and were unaware they had left for Syria until they had gone.
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